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Therapist, Educator and Life Coach Diane Lang has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist, literally. A therapist and educator/coach of Positive Psychology, she has seen that it can provide a strong foundation for finding great happiness and is gratified that it is becoming a mainstream method of treatment. Diane is a Therapist and Life coach in NJ. Her clinical experience includes treating patients with different forms of mental illness, physical and emotional abuse and relationship issues.  Lang is also an Adjunct Professor in Psychology at Montclair State University, her college work includes mentoring students for individual career counseling and personal issue advisement. Diane’s latest book is: Creating balance & finding happiness.


 

Articles by Diane Lang

Having a Stress Free Holiday

Everyone knows that the holidays can be a stressful time of the year.......

Living a Mindful Live  

Mindfulness Living: Being in the present moment, observing your thoughts and feelings without judgment......

The Psychology of Change

Most of us spend our lives avoiding change and transitions.....

The Power of Gratitude

“Of all the positive strengths we’ve looked at, people who are highest in gratitude are also highest in well-being.” Martin Seligman....

The Power of Acceptance

Sometimes the only power we have left is to accept and let go......

Tips for Dealing with Negative People

We all have some negative people in our lives. It could be family........

Keeping Kids Happy in the Summer

Keeping your kids happy in the summer- it’s that time of year again.....

Did I Choose Love Or Fear?

We talk about mindfulness as a way to slow down and be aware and awake to all that is around us.....

Let's Talk About Bullying!

With the kids going back to school, we need to discuss bullying. Bullying has been around for many years but recently has caught the media attention due to the increased suicide rates and states like Massachusetts and New Jersey passing anti-bullying acts.